Ford tuner Roush has finally revealed its first take on the 2015 Ford Mustang. Roush has an option for all three Mustangs variants, including—eventually—a supercharger upgrade for the V-8-powered Mustang GT.

A senior Porsche exec has thrown cold water on speculation that the automaker may launch a modern-day 718. He’s confirmed that Porsche won’t introduce a sports car below the Boxster.

General Motors has some major plans in store for its future lineup. Key among those plans is a move towards just four core platforms for the automaker’s global fleet, down from 26 in use today.

You’ll find all of this and more in today’s car news right here at Motor Authority.

Roush Reveals Its First Take On The 2015 Ford Mustang

Porsche Once Again Rules Out Sports Car Below Boxster

GM Aims To Have Just Four Platforms By 2025

Nissan Sentra, Altima Due To Get 'Dynamic' Design Refresh Soon

Peugeot Plots U.S. Return With Upmarket DS Brand

Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock Discuss VW Electric Cars In New Ad (In German)

Jules Bianchi Suffers Serious Head Injuries In Formula One Japanese Grand Prix

Men Drive For Enjoyment, Women Drive To Relax, And Other Useless Generalizations

Nissan ZEOD RC Le Mans Racer Laps Top Gear Track In 1:05.3: Video

Tesla Model S Adds 'Speed Assist,' Lane-Departure Warning


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